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Within this time-space, at a greater distance from the cooling focus, conditions of mineral formation prevail similar to those which closer to the cooling core only develop at a later stage. Hence at the same point of time (physically simultaneously) typical mineral associations differing from one another may form both near to, and far from, the core, just as different minerals can form at the same place and at the same distance from the core at different periods of time (physically non-simultaneously).

Rhythmic interpenetration must from this point of view be considered as one of the characteristics which are of value in the geological subdivision of time. We must therefore distinguish between a local vertical succession in a small horizontal domain and the succession in a larger horizontal domain of an area of deposition. g. shallow overflow. It is, for example, possible that a finely laminated facies may continue to be laid down at many places in the region of formation whilst in individual vertical successions of the same period of formation coarse clastic components appear instead.

This concept would then be one of the greatest syntheses of experience from a period in which such realizations were more readily accepted than today, and this not alone through the abstractive intellect. Summary The agreement between the symmetries of the most important typical systems of directed physical magnitudes (functional fabrics) and between the inner fabric and outer shape is thus a fact. It is conceivable in face of this fact that: 1. The agreement is fortuitous. 2. The agreement is non-fortuitous.

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